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Zubair Automotive Group

PO Box 800 , Muscat, 111, Oman, Tel +968 24500000, Fax +968 24500100
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Summary

The Zubair Automotive Group has its origins in a small business outfit called Muscat Trading Company, established by Mohammed Al Zubair in 1967. Initially trading in electrical equipment, building materials and tools, the firm diversified into other products and services. The year 1973 marked Zubair Automotive Group's acquisition of its very first automotive franchise – Chrysler – heralding a new era in automotive trading in the Sultanate. Not long thereafter, the Automotive Division was spun off into a separate company in 1976. Over the ensuing years, several other franchises were added to the portfolio. At the same time, Zubair Automotive Group branched off into other areas of the automotive business chain, setting up, in the process, new subsidiaries to manage these businesses.

Sector

Automotive

Sub-Sector

Dealers and Distributors

Type
Limited Liability
Ownership
Private | Parent
Key Contacts
Date of Establishment
1973
Brands
Mitsubishi Motors, Fuso, Bentley, Audi, Volkswagen, Skoda, Peugeot, Citroen, Great Wall, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, Volvo Trucks, Renault Trucks, Bobcat, Hi-Force, Kennedy, Graco, Ingersoll Rand, Ausa Dumpers, Case
Major Shareholders
Subsidiaries / Affiliates / Investments
OrganizationSectorCountryStake %Website
Dhofar AutomotiveAutomotiveOman
European MotorsAutomotiveOman
General Automotive CompanyAutomotiveOmanhttp://www.mitsubishioman.com/
International Heavy EquipmentAutomotiveOman
Rumaila MotorsAutomotiveOman
Wattayah MotorsAutomotiveOmanhttp://wattayah.com/

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